2 Chainz Says His Restaurant Is Stronger and Better After Passing Inspection
Last week, 2 Chainz’s new restaurant Escobar failed its first health inspection since he opened the establishment in December of 2016. The eatery was initially given a grade of “U” for unsatisfactory. Now, the Atlanta rapper is proud to say that his restaurant is stronger and better than ever after receiving an “A” on his recent inspection.
After finding multiple violations throughout the spot, Tity Boi bounced back with a new health inspection grade and is ready to get his restaurant back on track. 2 Chainz said that he felt the main problem for his restaurant failing the health inspection is due to the "hiring of inexperienced staffers."
On Monday (Feb. 27), the “Watch Out” rapper went on Instagram to post a pic of his new health inspection grade with a caption that reads, “It’s always been my dream to open @escobaratlanta invest back into the Atlanta community, employing people from my own community and I'm going to keep building. Just like everything in life we had our ups and downs along the way, but we’re getting stronger and better.”
2 Chainz doesn't plan to stop there. Along with getting his restaurant up to par, he’s also preparing to release his first music project of the year, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. Since the year started, 2 Chainz has been spotted with numerous artists such as Drake and Justin Bieber. There's no confirmation those artists are on the album but 2 Chainz always has something up his sleeve. Not to mention, he has done records with both artists in the past.
To prepare his fans for the new release, he called a few of his female acquaintances such as Amber Rose, Erykah Badu and most recently Rita Ora to curate playlists for him, which replicate the type of music pretty girls. Obviously they're called the "Pretty Girls Like Trap Music the Playlist."
2 Chainz's Pretty Girls Like Trap Music album is set to drop on April 7.
Watch Tity Boi discuss his restaurant upgrade below.
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